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Warm Winter Lemon Cake

Warm Winter Lemon Cake recipe
photo by:kraft
Gently falling snow, good. Unrelenting icy rain, not so much. Tame winter with a forkful of lemony sunshine in a warm, moist pudding cake with a citrus tang.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
11/11/2012
I love this recipe! I have the perfect pan for it so it does not make a mess..the pan is hi shorter than 9x13. But it is taller...it comes out perfect every time! If you can't find a time of pan then spilt it up, using 9x13 and a 8x8. I sometimes can't wait till it cools its soooo yummy..
posted:
11/1/2012
In answer to the question of boiling over I used a aluminum foil lasagna pan. You can always add more lemon if you don't think it has enough flavor but this is a quick easy dessert.
posted:
6/24/2012
Four of us were VERY DISAPPOINTED with this recipe. It didn't taste like lemon at all. I'd make it with chocolate or butterscotch instead.
posted:
3/12/2012
This is an absolute favorite! I've done the chocolate version, too, but the lemon is just the best--great winter comfort food, and loved by all whenever I make it.
posted:
3/7/2012
Love it. I make this often in the winter. Great with ice cream.
posted:
3/2/2012
It was pretty good....
posted:
1/8/2012
I have made this recipe 2 times now. Does anyone have any idea HOW to make it not boil over the sides of the pan??? I have two 9 x 13 pans and have tried each. I tried just spraying PAM on the pan, but it boiled over and the pudding was on the baking sheet instead of under the cake! Next I tried PAM and flour on the pan before I baked it. STILL had the same problem. I want to know how to keep the pudding under the cake and not all over the baking sheet I have the cake pan sitting on. It makes the cake dry without the pudding layer. If anyone knows HOW, I'd really appreciate it as the cake tastes great and I would like to try it again. I know, glutton for punishment! :)
posted:
1/5/2012
YUMMY!!!! This is a favorite in our house. My 8-year old son declared this as his favorite dessert, EVER. -And I make a lot of desserts! The picture does not do justice, it is way more delicious than the picture looks. Follow the recipe, and you will not be disappointed. Put leftovers in the fridge and it is just as good cold the next day!
posted:
11/27/2011
I normally only make all things chocolate; but, I'm trying to spread my wings and try other recipes. I have several friends who like lemon, and as this looked quite easy, decided to make this cake. Mine does not look like the picture, but does taste pretty yummy. I gave it 5 stars b/c even though mine looks funny, the taste was there; I accept all blame of its failure *to look good*. I will make this again, if only to make it look as scrumptious as the photo above!
posted:
11/17/2011
I must have done something wrong it made a huge mess and took forever to clean up off the pans. And the texture of the pudding was interesting.
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